I saw this woman's obituary and immediately had to screenshot to look up if this was real and sure enough, yes it was real. Then like typical fashion of people these days, instantly started a group chat on what I found.
All I can say is Kathleen, Kathleen, Kathleen!!!!
"She made a mistake 60 years ago, but who hasn't?" one relative said. "Has she regretted it over the years? Yes." https://t.co/C0REqzwubd— Star Tribune (@StarTribune) June 5, 2018
There seem to be people caught on two different sides of the situation!
It takes courage to tell the truth. Just because someone is dead, doesn’t mean they become a saint, and there’s no rule saying a child must forgive an abusive, unloving parenthttps://t.co/0eSKoSVnbG— hereforthedoughnuts (@groth_rubini) June 5, 2018
Let us say half of these allegations are true. 100% unnecessary. Shame to those that published this trash.— David Bellavia (@DavidBellavia) June 5, 2018
I always thought the worst last line in an obit was "he was identified by his dental records" until I read this https://t.co/noT3uheIJy— Chris Miller (@Cmillstrib) June 5, 2018